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This article shows you how to implement a security pattern known as reverse proxy, and how to encrypt your communication.

Encrypting your communication with SSL/TSL is not really security, it is just privacy, for this reason we are combining encryption with a security pattern. Privacy means that whoever is watching your messages will not be able to read them at a first glance…

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